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Complete Guide to Specialty Food and Beverage Offerings for Merriest Place on Earth at Disneyland Resort

Rachel Bshero

by , Food & Beverage Marketing Communications Coordinator

Holidays at the Disneyland Resort begins on November 13, and I’ve got your complete guide to specialty food and beverage items for the season. Go ahead and make your list (and check it twice)!

Disneyland Park

Bengal Barbecue

  • Holiday Crispy

Big Thunder Ranch Barbecue

  • Family-Style Cookie Bake – Warm brownie dusted with powdered sugar, topped with three scoops of peppermint ice cream, hot fudge and holiday sprinkles

Blue Bayou Restaurant

  • Holiday Peppermint Mocha

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Café Orleans

  • Holiday Peppermint Mocha
  • Candy Cane Beignets

French Market Restaurant

  • Deck of Cards Cake
  • Mini Pumpkin Pie
  • Praline Cheesecake – Praline cheesecake with a layer of praline crunch in a graham cracker crust, topped with sugar pecans

Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor

  • Crushed Candy Cane Cone
  • Holiday Sprinkles Premium Cone
  • Peppermint Ice Cream

Golden Horseshoe

  • Gingerbread Man Cookie
  • Holiday Crispy

Hungry Bear Restaurant

  • Pulled Pork Hot Dog – Seared hot dog in a toasted roll topped with BBQ pulled pork and citrus slaw, finished with fried jalapenos and fresh cilantro
  • Apple Pie Funnel Cake
  • Elf Mickey Stein with Cookies

Jolly Holiday Bakery Café

  • Peppermint Mocha
  • Pumpkin Spice Latte
  • Caramel Apple Muffin with Streusel
  • Snowman Shortbread Cookie
  • Gingerbread Man Cookie

Main Street Cappuccino Cart

  • Holiday Crispy
  • Gingerbread Man Cookie
  • Caramel Apple Muffin with Streusel
  • Snowman Shortbread Cookie
  • Peppermint Mocha

Market House

  • Holiday Brownie
  • Gingerbread Man Cookie

Maurice’s Treats

  • Pumpkin Twist

Mint Julep Bar

  • Candy Cane Beignets
  • Peppermint Mocha

Plaza Inn Restaurant

  • Pumpkin Yule Log (available until Dec. 6) – Spice cake with pumpkin mousse and lingonberry marmalade filling, cream cheese with chocolate ganache frosting
  • Chocolate Coffee Yule Log (available Dec. 7 – Jan. 6) – Coffee butter cream filling with chocolate crunch finished with chocolate ganache
  • Mini Pumpkin Pie

Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante

  • Tamale & Enchilada Plate

Refreshment Corner

  • Holiday Crispy

Royal Street Veranda

  • Banana Fritters with Crème Anglaise
  • Peppermint Mocha
  • Eggnog
  • Eggnog Latte

Stage Door Café

  • Holiday Funnel Cake – Topped with chocolate sauce and crushed candy cane pieces
  • Holiday Crispy
  • Gingerbread Man Cookie

Village Haus Restaurant

  • Gingerbread Man Cookie
  • Holiday Brownie
  • Snowman Shortbread Cookie

Disney California Adventure Park

Award Wieners

  • Olaf Crispy

Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta

  • Pumpkin Cheesecake
  • Snowman Shortbread Cookie

Boudin Bread Cart

  • Candy Cane-Shaped Bread (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3)
  • Snowman-Shaped Bread (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3)
  • Christmas Tree-Shaped Bread (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3)

Carthay Circle Restaurant and Lounge

  • Poinsettia – Cointreau, cranberry juice and champagne garnished with a twist of orange zest

Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream

  • Crushed Candy Cane Cone
  • Holiday Sprinkle Cone
  • Elf Mickey Stein with Sundae

Cocina Cucamonga

  • Carnitas Plate (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3) – Slowly simmered pork marinated with orange, garlic and onions, served with Mexican rice, refried beans and flour tortillas

Cozy Cone Motel

  • Cozy Cone Holiday Sipper
  • Pumpkin Twist

Fiddler Fifer & Practical Cafe

  • Holiday Brownie
  • Snowman Cookie
  • Gingerbread Man Cookie

Mad T Party

  • Merry Mudslide
  • ACE Hard Cider – Berry

Mortimer’s Market

  • Candy Cane-Shaped Bread (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3)
  • Holiday Tree-Shaped Bread (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3)

Pacific Wharf Café

  • Turkey Pot Pie Soup
  • Gingerbread Man Cookie
  • Snowman Shortbread Cookie
  • Holiday Brownie
  • Sugar Cookie with Sprinkles
  • Pumpkin Spice Bread Pudding
  • Candy Cane-Shaped Bread (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3)
  • Snowman-Shaped Bread (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3)
  • Christmas Tree-Shaped Bread (available Dec. 18 – Jan. 3)

Schmoozies

  • Olaf Crispy
  • Holiday Harvest Smoothie – A delicious blend of fruits and greens, sweetened with natural maple syrup

Smokejumpers Grill

  • Snowman Cookie
  • Gingerbread Man

Disneyland Hotel

Goofy’s Kitchen

  • Chocolate Coffee Yule Log (available Dec. 2-Jan. 5)

Tangaroa Terrace

  • Snowman Shortbread Cookie

The Coffee House

  • Eggnog
  • Eggnog Latte
  • Pumpkin Spice Latte
  • Peppermint Mocha
  • Caramel Apple Muffin with streusel
  • Black Forest Bundt Cake
  • Mint Chocolate Whoopie Pie
  • Gingerbread Cookie

Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar

  • Red-Nosed Zebra – Aged rum, strawberry purée, lemon and lime juice
  • Tropical Snowstorm – Honey-flavored whiskey, coconut rum and flavors of coconut, cream, ginger, cloves and almond, topped with a cinnamon and nutmeg dusting
  • Jungle Bells – Ginger liqueur, aged rum and anise-flavored liqueur with vanilla yogurt and extract

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

Hearthstone Lounge

  • Gingerbread Man Cookie
  • Eggnog Latte
  • Peppermint Mocha

White Water Snacks

  • Gingerbread Shingle Cookie
  • Holiday Crispy
  • Black Forest Bundt Cake
  • Mint Chocolate Whoopie Pie

Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel

PCH Grill

  • Selection of seasonal holiday desserts

Surfside Lounge

  • Black Forest Bundt Cake
  • Mint Chocolate Whoopie Pie
  • Gingerbread Man cookie
  • Holiday Brownie
  • Holiday Crispy
  • Snowman Shortbread Cookie

Novelty Items

Look for the Souvenir Mickey Stein to be sold throughout the parks with fruit, cookies and sundaes. At popcorn carts, you’ll find the Mickey Elf Popcorn Bucket.

What will you try during Holidays at Disneyland Resort? Let us know in the comments below!

Comments

  • Thank you so much for posting this! Now I need to figure out a way to save this all on my phone for my next trip, next month! =)

  • Can you please post a list like this of the holiday treats available at WDW during the holiday season?? We are going during the holidays for the first time and I would love to know what is available. All of these look so amazing!! I hope some are also available at WDW!! Can’t wait!!!

  • During previous holiday seasons you have always offered gingerbread beignets with eggnog dipping sauce at Cafe Orleans. Is this tradition changing this year? I truly hope not!

  • Loving the shaped breads! We will be there a week too early to sample them…might they be found in Walt Disney World Resort later in December too?

  • Last year I waited until the end of the day to get my holiday brownie… just as we got to the exit I dropped it! I was so bummed! This year I am getting TWO!

  • Are any of these treats (specifically the peppermint ice cream and egg nog lattes) gluten free? This list made me drool lol.

  • Will be enjoying several no doubt. Unfortunately not the candy cane bread though as it will not be available for my trip. I do hope you make it available starting with the arrival of Santa! Happy patrons more revenue!

  • So many delicious temptations…perhaps, next year, some that are gluten free?

  • man oh man you folks should consider making a printable checklist we could take to the park with us (I’m an old lady who does not have a smart phone just a regular one)

  • One word, yummy! My family won’t be visiting until Jan 7th. Will we miss all these yummy treats? I really need those candy came beignets, please.

  • Agree wth Jean – very disappointing to see the special breads from Boudin are only available during blackout dates. Our family looks forward to the candy cane bread every year.

  • Until what date will the holiday foods and decorations be available at Disneyland? I see that some are limited through January 3rd. Does that imply that the others will be there longer?

  • Is there not going to be pozole at the Paradise Garden Grill this year?

  • Can we please have some of these items at WDW too!

  • Is there a picture of the Mickey stein anywhere? I’ve seen it mentioned in two posts, but would especially like a pic.

    Mmmmmm. Jealous of the candy cane beignets!

  • Brandon — I’m sure the Parks Blog will do a piece on the famous candy canes, but according to the official Disney Parks Merchandise/Parks Authentic website, the candy cane schedule for 2015 is:

    Disneyland park – Candy Palace

    November 27 and December 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, and 24

    Disney California Adventure® park – Trolley Treats

    November 28, 30 and December 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19 and 25

  • When is both Candy Palace on Main Street U.S.A at Disneyland and Trolley Treats on Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure going to make Handmade Candy Canes?

    I just want to make sure it is on the day when there is no Magic Morning.

  • Every year, I read these posts with a little envy because WDW doesn’t have nearly the variety of special goodies that DL has, and WDW is the resort where I’m most likely to be. But this year we are going to Disneyland Dec 4-7th, so I’ve been waiting for the list of holiday goodies for the last couple of weeks, knowing that this year I can buy some!

  • So many treats, so little time. I’m bummed over two things:
    1. The number that are only going to be available during pass blockout
    2. This is the last year of Christmas cookie decorating at Big Thunder Ranch (though I am looking forward to Star Wars

  • James’ wife here – Any chance there is a printable recipe for the candy-cane beignets? They look SCRUMPTIOUS! The funnel cake looks pretty incredible as well! Thanks!

    <3WDW!

  • We arrived on 11/14. Looks like I’m packing all stretch pants for this trip. LOL

  • Candy cane beignets?!?! When did that magical treat appear? I think it’s new as of this year, is it not? In the past there have been gingerbread beignets and pumpkin beignets, but I don’t recall seeing candy cane beignets!

    Rachel — I seem to recall someone asked you this under last years ‘Disneyland Resort holiday foods’ post, so I will be the one to ask this time…

    I see that the very popular peppermint ice cream is listed at the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ, and at the French Market. Is the peppermint ice cream back at Clarabelle’s and at Gibson Girl this year as well? The 2 holiday cones sold at those places are festive, but they are a lot more holiday-ish when they have delicious peppermint ice cream in them!

  • Thank you Rachel, this is what I’ve been waiting for. I’ve heard about peppermint fudge at candy palace but I’ve never seen it. Is that something that is coming back this year as well?

  • I have decided that my diet goes out the window from oct 20th to Jan 6th. This trip to Disney land is going to be so yummy. I bet I try 10 different things. Want to get a yule log to share this time.

  • Last year DCA’s Paradise Garden Grill had a really nice pineapple and raisin tamale for the holiday season.

    It was great because it was the only special holiday treat that didn’t have meat, dairy or egg in it.

    I don’t see that on the list. Is there any chance it will still be returning?

    Are there any other holiday treats that show you’re also interested in your vegan guests’ money?

  • And just like that, there goes my diet :)

  • Can you tell me if the Mickey Elf popcorn bucket is the same as last year?

  • Every year I look forward to the yule log, holiday brownies and snowman cookies. This year I want to try the candy cane beignets and holiday funnel cake. I think I am going to spend our entire trip eating!

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